Morgan grew up in The Woodlands, finally escaping the suburbs to join Houstonia in May 2017. He writes news features for the magazine and edits Houstonia’s Arts & Culture blog, On the Town. 

A Northwestern alum, he has been a fact-checker for New York magazine and a reporter for a newspaper in upstate New York. He’s most excited to rekindle his relationship with kolaches back here in Texas.

New & Notable

First Look at Dosi Restaurant + Soju Bar

This modern take on Korean food is full of surprises—the good kind.

07/21/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Concert

Review: Beyoncé and Jay-Z Knock It Out of the Park

The married couple's sold-out Minute Maid Park concert didn't disappoint.

07/21/2014 By Michael Hardy

performance

Dance + Film = Julydoscope

Fourth annual family festival at Discovery Green highlights five dance groups, screening of Oscar-winning documentary.

07/18/2014 By Shy Hardiman

Newsfix

Video: Road Rage Getting Worse in Houston: How to Cope

Houston is the worst city in the country for road rage. Here’s how to deal with yours and get home safely.

07/18/2014 By Dan Derozier

dance

Bollywood Icon Brings Her New Ballet to Houston

Beloved Indian film star Hema Malini choreographed and stars in a performance based on Hindu mythology.

07/17/2014 By Adam Castañeda

Designer Spotlight

Bow Tie Artisan to Houstonians: You're Doing It Wrong

Need a pink porpoise bow tie in 30 minutes? No problem.

07/16/2014 By Kerry H.

spectacle

The Evolution of Gaga

To prepare for her Wednesday-night show, we review Lady Gaga's most outrageous dresses from the past five years.

07/15/2014 By Kerry H. and Michael Hardy

Newsfix

Video: Where To Go for the Best Mexican Food in Houston

How do we know the best of all the Mexican restaurants in Houston? Been there, ate that.

07/14/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Getting (far) away from it all

The 5-Star Resort in the Middle of the Jungle

Sri Lanka's Heritance Kandalama resort was the world's first LEED-certified hotel, and still one of its most unique.

07/10/2014 By Michael Hardy

Picks

Top Things To Do This Weekend: July 11–13

Where to go, who to see, and what to do

07/09/2014 By Michael Hardy

Nostalgia

You Can Still Get a Foie-Topped Burger in Houston

For those days when you miss The Burger Guys too much to bear, visit the Hotel Derek and chow down.

07/08/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Embarrassments

The 5 Worst Houston Slogans of All Time

The city with no limits—to lame branding attempts.

07/08/2014 By Michael Hardy

Guide

Top Five Independence Day Events

Still haven't decided how to celebrate the Fourth? Here are a few last-minute suggestions.

07/04/2014 By Shy Hardiman

ALL THAT GLITTERS

Local Fraud Is Totally Bogus

Kingwood gold peddler lives up to his name, allegedly.

07/01/2014 By John Nova Lomax

Italian Food

Review: Osteria Mazzantini Brings Sophisticated, Modern Italian to Houston

An Italo-Brit alliance blends the very best of the new world with the charms of the old

06/30/2014 By Robb Walsh

July 4

Go Fourth and Conquer: Our Guide for a Perfect Independence Day

In a city this large, there’s an Independence Day celebration for everybody.

06/30/2014 By Michael Hardy

Mexican & Margaritas

The 10 Essential Taco Trucks

The fancy-food-truck fad may be fading, but good, old-fashioned taco trucks are here to stay. Here are a few worth seeking out.

06/30/2014 By Robb Walsh

Bayougraphy

Meet the Man Behind the Mid-Main Island

Continental Club, Double Trouble, and Sig’s Lagoon are just the beginning.

06/30/2014 By John Lomax Photography by Jack Thompson

Fashion Events

The H-Town Sneaker Summit: a, uh, Sneak Peek

Attracting 6,000 attendees, the 10th annual Sneaker Summit places the Bayou City at the foot fetish forefront.

06/30/2014 By Elise Rambaud Marrion

Go Fish

Hot Duck Cebiche and More

Chef Roberto Castre serves up five tasty cebiches for National Cebiche Day.

06/27/2014 By Mai Pham